With significant droughts for years on end, Jackson Family Wines is adapting to conditions caused by climate change to save the business, which is one of the biggest family owned wineries in the US. You may have purchases or seen Kendall-Jackson chardonnay. That’s a big seller for the Jackson family. With an attitude of adjust or lose, the winery has a formal sustainability program; tracks energy and water use and greenhouse gas emissions; employs renewable energy sources; and practices many ‘old school’ farming methods. The increased introduction of owls and falcons as predators of the new warmer weather grape obsessed pests decreases the need for pesticides. Energy efficiency of solar and wind power, precise irrigation systems and water reservoirs keeps their energy and water needs down. Jackson Family Wines has become a leader in modern farming applications given climate change and hopes to inspire others in the wine and coffee businesses worldwide. For more details read: http://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/05/business/california-wine-climate-change.html.